Annova and David make radio production easier

Companies use MOS protocol to boost integration between their systems.
Annova and David are making life a little bit easier for radio producers.
Annova and David are making life a little bit easier for radio producers.


Annova and David Systems are boosting the interoperability of their radio news production systems.

The two companies are using the MOS protocol to improve integration between Annova’s OpenMedia Newsroom Computer System (NCS) and David’s DigaSystem CMS and On-Air.

“Where proprietary islands of applications are bottlenecks and hinder workflow acceleration, DigaSystem’s use of the MOS standard is enabling an open and efficient collaboration between all departments involved in news and radio broadcasting,” said Vincent Benveniste, CEO, David Systems.

In practice, that means radio journalists should be able to start with pre-planning and story creation in OpenMedia and continue with content research (browsing and pre-listening) in DigaSystem.

They will then be able to select media objects from the DigaSystem database and align them with stories prepared in OpenMedia.

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